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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, Octob.r 8, 1970 THf UTHBKIDOI HltALO W. 0. Mitchell Speaks Oct. 16 CRANBROOK (Special) W. 0. Mitchell, author of the classic "Who Has Seen the Wind" and the Jake and the Kid series, will speak at the Oct. 16 banquet for the annual East Kootenay Teachers Asso- ciation Fall conference, "Reading Business" is theme of the two- day professional meet here with Prof, Robert McOracken of Western Washington State Col- lege key-note speaker on basic importance of reading from kindergarten to Glide 12 no matter what the pupil is study- ing. Hewing to this theme will be Dr. Edward Summers of the University of B.C., professor in secondary reading and research and a founder of Education Re- sources Information Centre. Dr. Morton Botel of the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania will speak on reading competence toward "Building Skills to- ward Junior High." Keith Cameron, remedial reading services head for frince George, will talk to sec- ondary level teachers on junior secondary program. Primary reading experts Jean Chorzemp, Creston, Mrs. Mc- Cracken of Bellingham, and Dorothy Bates of Nanaimo will address this sectional meeting and Arthur Holmes, develop- ment reading specialist, and A, Buchanan, North Vancouver the intermediate level section In view of expertise of its the convention has invited one representative from each school district in B.C. Key note address is Friday morning, Oct. 16; divisiona meetings are Friday, which also includes the dinner an< dance; and sectional meetings are Saturday, Oct. 17. Closed B.C. Teachers Feder ation East Kootenay Loca meeting will also be part of this annual fall conference. -S. P. Johnson Photo BIG BOOST FOR SKATING RINK-Ted Koyata, presi- dent of the Picture Butte Lioni Club, presents a cheque for to Mayor Alex Chronik. It is a donation from the Lions to the town for construction of the skating rink. Mayor Chronik said if it were not for organizations such os the Lions club, the rink could not be built. Roundup Of District News 'Kiddie Kapers' PICTURE BUTTE (Special It is proposed to establish a kindergarten to be known a Kiddie Kapers to be registers with the department of educa tion, and run by a certifiei teacher, Mrs. Robert (Colleen Linttoll, in the Library build ing. Opening will be Oct. 15. To be eligible, children mus COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics; HAYS: Tuesday, Oct. 13, in the school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Oct. 13, in the Library Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Oct. 13, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEF 0 R D: Wednesday, Oct. 14, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: Wednesday, Uct. ii, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Oct. 15, in the Health Unit Offico (upstairs in. the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Oct. 15, in the Health Unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HAKDIEVILLE: Friday, Oct. 16, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available nt all clinics free of charge. Adults who have not received an additional feeding of oral polio vaccine should have one now. be one year younger than school entrance age that is, five years old by Feb. 28, 1970. Honor Miss Juris PICTURE BUTTE (Special) A miscellaneous shower was held recently for Miss Patricia Diane Juris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Juris. More than 70 women attend- ed the function. It was held in St. Catherine's Hall. Miss Juris is to marry Const. Joseph McDonald of Victoria, B.C. Store Robbed TURIN (HNS) The Turin Food Market was robbed re- cently for the fourth time since July 1 of this year. Entry was gained by break- ing a window at the front of the store. The Turin Food Market is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemmet. Sunday School IRON SPRINGS (HNS) A reorganization program has la- ken place in the Iron Springs United Church Sunday School and classes will be held in the Iron Springs United Church at a.m. Sunday under the leadership of Mrs. Craig Miller and Mrs. Fletcher Baskin. Sew And Sew DEL BONITA The second meeting of the Del Bonila Sew and Sew Club was called to or- der by president Betty Secre- .011. The pledge was led by Cindy Rnsmussen. The meetings were discussed and are being held once a nonth from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m the first Saturday of every month. A quilt design was discussed and chosen. The project books were discussed and handed out o the new members. Eye Clinic FORT MACLEOD (Spec i a 1) A special preschool eye clin- c will be held Oct. 13, 14, 15, and 16 in Cardston. It is jointly sponsored by the Oddfellows and Rebekahs of %t Maclcod and the Cavdstoa Icalth Unit. SUPPORT SITE Demon- strating on the site of Ike pro- posed Claresholm and Dis- trict Recreation Complex in favor of the centre and the site arc, left to right: Mar- guerite Whltfhead, Julie Car- lin, Dorothy Brucker, Mai'gar- ft MalMas, Glndys Mackin, Mary Anderson, Ellen Carlln and Barbara Bush. The chil- dren arc Terry and Jamie Carlin and Dan Bush. The site question will be voted on in Hie Oct. 14 plebiscite. These women object to the idea of recreation facilities being scattered throughout the town. Anderson Photo. OPERATION LIQUIDATION We will be moving to our new location soon and we are most anxious to liquidate as much of our present new and used car inventory as taking advantage of this situation you will save yourself many dollars on the new er newer car of your choice. Just try saying for less... much less. Fantastic Savings en these 1970 Demos now being cleared at hundreds of dollars below factory invoice cost! SAVE ON WARRANTY AVAILABLE ON ALL 1970 FORDS FORD'S 5-YEAR, MILE WARRANTY POLICY BUY A 1970 AND BEAT THE NEW CAR PRICE INCREASES BUY A 1970 FORD AND GET MAXIMUM FACTORY MODEL YEAR END DISCOUNTS SAVE UP TO ON SOME MODELS! Fantastic Sayings on these left-over 70's! 1970 MAVERICK GRABBER Bright Yellow, 250 cu. in. big six, w.w. tires, wheel covers, culo. trons., block heater, grabber package. Total Retail LIQUDATION PRICE Total LIQUIDATION PRICE 1970 GALAXIE 500 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Royal Maroon and while vinyl roof. 429 2V V-8 engine, auto, trans., deluxe bells, electric clock, remote mirror, visibility group, block heater, radio. Power steering, power disc brakes, white wall tires, rim blow steering wheel. Knitted vinyl interior, rear defogger, rocker panel moulding, and many other better ideas from Ford. Total LIQUIDATION PRICE S3595 1970 THUNDERBIRD 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Landau, Vinyl roof, speed control, deluxe bells; tilt wheel, auto, trans., radio. Stereo tcpe, while- walls, mag type covers, 429 XV engine, reclining passenger i o t, Brougham trim. Convenience check group, power seat, power -deck release) plus many other betler [deal from Ford. Total LIQUIDATION PRICE '6559 1970 TORINO BROUGHAM 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Formal roof- line. Bright gold with white vinyl roof. 351 2V cu. in. V8 engine. Aulo. transmission, power steer- ing, power disc brakes. Visibility group, radio and dual rear seat speakers. Retail 4714.30 LIQUIDATION PRICE____ 3387 ,00 Compare! Save More, Hundreds More at Dunlop Ford! 1970 GALAXIE GALAXIE GALAXIE XL 2-DR. CUSTOM 500 HARDTOP. Sports roof. Medium 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Medium Red and White HARDTOP. Doric and Block lop. 390 Medium Blue metallic metallic and white vinyl 390 2V engine, auto. 390 2V engine, auto, trans., power White roof. 35] 2V engine. 390 2V engine, auto, rear speakers, deluxe deluxe belts, power disc brakes, trans., radio. Power steer- radio, rear speakers, deluxe electric clock, remote H.D. battery, wheel covers, deluxe power disc brakes, white belts, electric clock, remote visibilily group, lilt tilt wheel, power clock, Hi-back wheel covers, body ror. Visibility group, block healer, power power disc brakes. with automatic dings. H.D. battery and- er. Power steering, power disc brakes, while wheel covers, radio, wheel, radio, rear more belter ideas from brakes. Rear defogger and wheel covers, vinyl dcfogger, body side other better ideas by many other better jdeoi ond mony other rocker panel moulding from more better idsoi Total Retail Retail LIOIUDATION Retail Retail Retail CAJ i i PRICE C A ety 1 1 7 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! if -k OVER SO UNITS TO CHOOSE FROM! LOW RATE FINANCING! FORD) 1718 Third Avenue South, Lethbridge Phone 328-5526 "THIS IS FORD COUNTRY WHAT DO YOU ;